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Andrea Scott
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Biography
Andrea Scott is working on two book projects—a collection of documentary poems titled Clocks, Hooks, and Bells and the monograph Lyric Diplomacy: The Cold War Politics of Postwar Poetry in Germany and the US. Her poems, essays, and translations have appeared in journals such as the Chicago Review, Denver Quarterly, and jubilat. She divides her time between Princeton and Berlin.

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Vol. 73
Earth Elegies
Fall 2019
Edited by Bradford Morrow

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February 18, 2020
Things that are Funny on a Submarine But Not Really— The torpedo man named Grenadier who lives in South Carolina and thinks North Carolina is the North. The XO who hates my bucket hat I wear printed with cherries, but would rather me wear it than the other one I have that says, “Bigfoot is Real.”
February 4, 2020
Although family therapy consumed more time than basketball practice and did not improve my odds of attending my first-choice college, my sister’s suicide attempt had alarmed my parents, and they were taking every precaution against relapse.

     Horse, meet barn door. Bird, meet coop. I am trying to say: It was all so predictable.
January 28, 2020
I worked for commission in a sterile room with many clocks. The product did not glimmer in the fluorescence, but it was as if it did, and better, like they’d found a way to remove the obligatory negative space of glimmering when the object floated in darkness.
The 2018 Berlin Prize winner reads from her work
Monday, March 2, 2020
2:30 pm – 3:30 pm
Campus Center, Weis Cinema